The “Wheel of Giants” is estimated to be about 5,000 years old.
Ed Mazza via Huffington Post:
A mysterious stone circle in the Middle East is estimated to be nearly 5,000 years old — about the same age as Stonehenge.
It’s known in Arabic as Rujm el-Hiri, or “stone heap of the wild cat,” and Gilgal Refaim in Hebrew, which means “Wheel of Giants” and refers to a race of giants mentioned in the Bible.
“It’s an enigmatic site. We have bits of information, but not the whole picture,” Uri Berger, an expert on megalithic tombs with the Israel Antiquities Authority, told Reuters. “Scientists come and are amazed by the site and think up their own theories.”
The Wheel of Giants, which sits in the contested Golan Heights, is so vast that it is best seen from the sky.